Mocha (ID 582593) is a two year old, 74 pound Labrador retriever mix who previously was at a shelter in Key Largo before Hurricane Irma. The shelter evacuated their animals prior to the storm with all intentions of bringing them back once all was clear. Sadly, because of the devastation in the Keys, the animals are going to remain at the Humane Society of Broward County so they can find new homes. Mocha is a fun-loving fellow with a lot of spirit and will do best with an active family. Mocha loves to play fetch, he likes treats and he knows some basic commands. This fellow would love a toy box full of toys and a family who will shower him with love. Can you make his wish come true?
Adorable Mandy (ID 582549) also came from Key Largo. She is a petite, 6 month old, 5 ½ pound, gal who looks like a mini black panther. Mandy likes to snuggle in her blanket or play with her toys. She is just one of several felines evacuated from the Keys and also from Collier County Animal Services in Naples that the Humane Society of Broward County is helping to find homes.
When you adopt from the Humane Society of Broward County the dogs and cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped, receive preliminary vaccinations, cats are feline leukemia tested, and dogs over 7 months are tested for heartworm. They also receive a flea/tick preventative, a 10-day limited health care plan from VCA Animal Hospitals, 30 days of Trupanion Pet Insurance and a bag of Purina ONE pet food. The HSBC opens daily at 10:30 and is located at 2070 Griffin Road, a block west of I-95. For more details call 954-989-3977 ext. 6. To see who else is looking for a home visit www.humanebroward.com